Inman Park

Complete with beautifully curved streets and enormous Victorian-style homes, this is undoubtedly a trendsetting neighborhood

Welcome to Inman Park

A hip, artsy neighborhood with a prime location in the heart of Atlanta 
Inman Park is a mere two miles from downtown Atlanta and is the first planned neighborhood in the area. It was built by successful businessman Joel Hurt, who took land ravaged by the Civil War and turned it into a residential neighborhood, complete with electric trolleys. The area had been modeled after other trolley-type neighborhoods he had seen around the country. Complete with beautifully curved streets and enormous Victorian-style homes, this is undoubtedly a trendsetting neighborhood, then and now. 
Many of the original Victorian mansion-style homes are still standing and have been beautifully restored. In addition to the restored homes in the area, complete with lush and sprawling lots, you’ll find plenty of smaller homes filling in the mix. The addition of green spaces and parks throughout the neighborhood offers plenty of space for walking the dogs and allowing the children to play. The neighborhood often rallies together in support of its own with events and other community gatherings.

What to Love

  • Ponce City Market
  • Hip and artistic neighborhood
  • The Beltline
  • Plaza Theatre

Local Lifestyle

Locals love the neighborhood most for its expressive personality. The mixture of homes that range from large Victorians to smaller craftsmen, all in a variety of colors and styles, make it unique. The neighborhood is very walkable, and people are always out and about with their children and pets, stopping at the shops and restaurants. In addition, the food scene is one of the most popular assets of the area and attracts people from all over. You’ll find the neighborhood comes alive in the evenings. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

There are plenty of dining and shopping options within Inman Park, and considering the proximity to Atlanta, there is an additional abundance just a few miles away. Ponce City Market holds a variety of shopping and dining options, including stores such as Anthropologie and Rejuvenation. Check out Ruby Chow’s or 8ARM for some delicious Asian-style cuisine.
For a cafe-style treat, check out Bread & Butterfly, a European-style restaurant with an assortment of unique food choices to go with the whimsical atmosphere. If you’re looking for a variety of delicious wood-fired cuisine, check out Two Urban Licks, which has a menu that holds everything from deviled eggs to seared duck breast and confit leg, so there’s sure to be something for everyone’s palate. Of course, if you’re looking for something a little simpler and more laid-back, The Righteous Room is for you. With a menu that’s small but mighty, you’ll enjoy stopping in after a long day to enjoy a sandwich, wings, or a drink in this local dive bar.
Of course, you can’t forget the Atlanta Wine Festivals, an assortment of festivals held throughout the year. 

Things to Do

Proximity to The Beltline, with its abundance of parks, trails, transit, and more, provides you with an abundance of things to do daily. You also have Freedom Park & Trail, which is over 200 acres and one of Atlanta’s largest parks. The “Southern Leg,” which runs through Inman Park, was the site of the Battle of Atlanta, making this an incredible park and full of local history. For more history, check out the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, full of exhibitions in addition to the beautiful grounds that you can wander, or Martin Luther King Jr’s birth home. 
For more outdoor enjoyment, check out the Historic 4th Ward Park, where you’ll find plenty of open green space to enjoy, as well as a children’s splash zone, a skate park designed by locals, and an amphitheater as well. If you prefer to stay indoors, check out the Plaza Theatre; not only is it Atlanta’s oldest operating cinema, but Men’s Health dubbed it the “Fifth best movie theater in the world!” Whatever your desires, there is something close by for you to enjoy.  


Quality education matters and accessibility for all children is a top priority at Inman Park schools.

Overview for Inman Park, GA

5,018 people live in Inman Park, where the median age is 34 and the average individual income is $98,276. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Around Inman Park, GA

There's plenty to do around Inman Park, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Body Connection Pilates + More, Ford Foundational Fitness, and CrossFit Atlanta.

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Active 1.06 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 4.11 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 4.67 miles 18 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 2.12 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 3.23 miles 13 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 4.29 miles 22 reviews 5/5 stars

Demographics and Employment Data for Inman Park, GA

Inman Park has 2,703 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Inman Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 5,018 people call Inman Park home. The population density is 12,540.762 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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